We’ve officially made it to the holiday season of 2020


We’ve officially made it to the holiday season of 2020

Posted by Marcia Salkin in Arts and Culture, Downtown, Sarasota Happenings, Videos of Sarasota 19 Dec 2020

We’ve officially made it to the holiday season of 2020; a time to celebrate, enjoy, take time to breathe, and appreciate the beautiful homes we’re living in after a year that’s been filled with challenges.

During this time, I want you to know how truly thankful I am to have each and every one of you in my life. From my home to yours, I wish you a very happy, and healthy, holiday season.

Check out the outdoor events below for some fun ways to enjoy the festivities in the upcoming weeks:

Selby Gardens Lights in Bloom

Head over to an already-captivating location and experience over 2 million lights, sensory tunnels, and more at Selby Gardens. The illumination only makes these well-loved gardens more beautiful than before. Reserve your spot and grab your ticket here before your visit.

Holiday Lights on St Armands Circle

For more than 40 years, the luxury island shops at Saint Armands Circle have been creating stunning holiday light displays for families to enjoy as they shop and dine around Lido Key.

Check out a list of the incredible restaurants and shops here, and put together a plan for the perfect light-viewing outing.

Photo by Eddie Kirsch

Photoville Fence at Nathan Benderson Park

Photoville Fence, an intriguing nation-wide photography project, has come to our own Nathan Benderson Park. Head on over between now and February to enjoy incredible images and visual stories from over 85 talented photographers.

Free Yoga Saturday’s on Sarasota’s Bayfront

Every Saturday morning from 9:30-10:30 AM at Bay Park outside of Van Wezel, you can find yoga instructor Erin Hurter leading a relaxing and compelling class. Pack up your yoga mat and join for free whenever you’d like.

Explore Mangrove Walkway at The Bay

We’re all looking forward to the opening of the incredible new project, The Bay. One of its most spectacular details, Mangrove Walkway, is already open to the public. Head out on foot or by bicycle to enjoy the fresh air, nature, and fabulous waterfront views.

Sarasota is a special place to call home, and during the holidays, it’s even more magical! Gorgeous weather for outdoor events makes it the perfect way to enjoy the season.

Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2021!


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